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... the 40s so no dinghies or yachts went out instead we all sat and chatted in the sun out of the wind enjoying a coffee. Meeting people we had chatted to on our coastal walk and they introduced us to other keen sailors, all very lovely. David and I decided to eat out for lunch as we had the quiz in the evening so we drove to a restaurant recommended to us in a small coastal town by the name of Pozo called Frontera, we're had a wonderful 3 course meal including ...
... our age, only 3 who would be in their 60's. After our meeting we all went out for dinner which was delicious we had traditional Spanish pinchos, these are different small snacks similar to tapas but on a skewer or toothpick. You pick as many as you like from a cabinet and then they charge you by the number of skewers you have left. It was a fun first Spanish ...
... terrace- worth it) Back at 2.30 to our square full of people and entertainment. Great to have the balconies and be part of it from the room. Denise finally made it and we spent a relaxing couple of hours sitting outside our hotel with a glass of wine. Met up with Betty and walked to Mercado de San Miguel for paella and wine. Fabulous old building with heaps of gourmet food and wine outlets. Beautiful evening and Puerto del Sol packed as before with people and ...
... can you expect from a 220 year old garden. However, we did enjoy the stroll in the cool morning.
We had a big surprise. In one of the buildings in the garden, there was an exhibit of photographs from women photographers. The themes of the photos ranged from personal to political. The photos from the 1970s when Franco was in power were stark andvery powerful. We enjoyed the exhibit very much.
It was a short walk to the Prado. The queue was 5-10 ...
... ever gotten discounted on anything, and for prime seats at a
ballet of the national state ensemble of spain it coasted us 10 euro-
incredible. After we got the tickets we had a few hours to burn before the show
so we ventured to Gran Via and had a little snack and coffee, ofcourse we had
to do some shopping after and me and Amanda prepared ourselves well for our
upcoming Barcelona trip. Im continually thankful to have such amazing friends
on this ...